Contactless infrared forehead thermometer detects COVID-19 coronavirus high temperature symptoms.
With one of the main symptoms of coronavirus being a high temperature or fever, the ability to quickly, easily and safely measure people's temperature is a key factor in reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Our range of Non-contact Infrared Forehead Thermometers provide a non-contact solution to quickly measure body temperature, whilst promoting safe social distancing practices.
Ideal for checking family members, staff, visitors and customers before they enter the building, this professional infrared thermometer allows up to 15cm contactless distancing from the subject to be tested and, with a one-click trigger, will provide an immediate and accurate current temperature reading.
The Elma 609 infrared thermometer has two measuring ranges; body temperature of 32°C ~ 42.5°C - and object surface temperature of 0°C ~ 60°C and meets relevant medical standards such as EN 980, EN1401, EN6060-1, EN 60601-1-2 and ASTM E1965-1998.
Due to extremely high worldwide demand for infrared thermometers during the Coronavirus pandemic, stock of non-contact thermometers is strictly limited - please order now while stocks last.
Available now from ciegroup.com, these professional infrared thermometers are an ideal solution for safe, contactless body temperature measurement to support the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Whilst in the current lockdown phase, many businesses who have had to close, reduce or alter their services are starting to plan for what life will be like in the 'new normal' when the lockdown begins to ease.
A number of organisations, such as Amazon, have begun to use temperature checks to screen employees at work. As a raised temperature (of 38C or more) is one of the predominant early symptoms of Covid-19, temperature checks can be used to help detect early cases of the disease.
It's important that these checks take place as part of a wider screening and management process, as a high temperature may not be present in those with asymptomatic or mild cases, or for people still in the incubation period. Businesses should continue to ensure that other measures are being adhered to, such as the 2m social distancing, regular handwashing and covering of the mouth when coughing. Other initiatives such as enhanced cleaning can help to stop the spread of the virus in a workplace.
However, with no definitive way to tell if an employee is sick on their arrival at work, the use of infrared thermometers provides a valuable method of detecting additional cases of the virus and helping to maintain the safety of those within the workplace.
All matter with a temperature above zero - including humans - emits a form of thermal radiation. These thermometers use infrared energy to detect the radiation emitted from a person or object and take a reading of the surface temperature.
To use the thermometer, simply aim it at the surface to be measured and use the one-click button to take a reading.
For an accurate reading, leave the device to adjust to the room temperature for around 15 minutes, and ensure that the surface to be measured isn't shiny - for example a damp forehead.
Non-contact infrared thermometers are gaining popularity in clinical settings, where they’re used as a reliable, comfortable and quick way of measuring temperature. Various studies have shown them to have a high level of accuracy when compared to other types of thermometers.
Available now from ciegroup.com, these non-contact infrared thermometers provide an ideal solution for safe, contactless body temperature measurement to support the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus.